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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Preston Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Preston Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Preston Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Preston Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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In-Depth NFL Season Preview (Ft. Preston Johnson & Mike Clay)

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Doug Kezirian previews the upcoming NFL season with three math modelers: ESPN's Preston Johnson (2:44), ESPN's Mike Clay (26:45) and Aaron Schatz (53:54) of Football Outsiders. Everyone offers a handful of plays they recommend at current betting odds.

Sep 08 2020 · 1hr 26mins
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NBA Playoffs Betting Preview w/Justin Phan & Preston Johnson | The Action Network Sports Betting Podcast

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Two of the best NBA bettors in the industry, Justin Phan and Preston " Sports Cheetah" Johnson, join Matt Moore for a full breakdown of all the NBA Playoffs matchups as we currently know them. With pricing drop shortly, the guys discuss strategies at approaching game and series pricing. Is Utah's depth going to be their weak link vs. Denver? Are the Rockets a team worth fading vs. the Thunder? Hear all these questions and more answered, all in about a half hour!

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Aug 14 2020 · 32mins
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Offseason Pod - Preston Johnson rejoins

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The NBA is back on Thursday night. Sports are coming back more each day and to celebrate, the guys welcome back top 13 guest Preston Johnson, aka The Sports Cheetah, to the podcast. Find out plays on NBA totals and golf picks on the Tour plus can Rufus name 10 past guests on BTP on this week's episode.
Jul 30 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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FROM THE WINDOW TO THE SCREEN: Ep. 7 - Preston Johnson

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Matt Russell (@mrussauthentic) in joined by Preston Johnson (@sportscheetah), ESPN sports betting analyst. They discuss everything from 3-pointer prop bets, to Preston’s journey to ESPN, from LA to Utah to Las Vegas and back to LA, and how Preston became known as “Sports Cheetah”. Then they discuss different macro sports betting concepts, and strategies before getting into what to expect from sports in 2020, and the various potential sports betting angles for an unprecedented time.
Jul 09 2020 · 1hr 33mins
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Sean Zerillo on MLB, Preston Johnson on NCAA hoops

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Joe Ostrowski is back with his weekly Early Odds show, sharing his gambling insights and speaking with the top sports bookmakers and sharpest bettors around to analyze the latest point spreads, totals, futures and prop bets. This week, Ostrowski offered an Illinois sports betting update before being joined by a pair of guests. Sean Zerillo of the Action Network discussed MLB and gambling analyst Preston Johnson talked NCAA hoops.

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Mar 07 2020 · 24mins
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Deep Dive Ep 241 - Gambling Content ft Preston Johnson

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We welcome on professional bettor Preston Johnson, @SportsCheetah of ESPN fame, to cover a range of relevant topics including modeling the NBA, evaluating data to find an edge, using sports psychology and game theory to improve your performance and how to communicate and operate in this space when you have a mainstream audience.
Feb 20 2020 · 1hr 26mins
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#39- Rob’s Stunt Double Preston Johnson… and Kristen Stewart!!!

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If you had to pick just one of our episodes to listen to, make it this one.

We had the amazing opportunity to interview Preston Johnson, Robert’s photo double and stunt double in Twilight! Preston shared his insider knowledge from the set and…a video clip recorded by Kristen Stewart herself, just for the podcast! AHHH! Yes, for real Kristen Stewart! So listen now, what are you waiting for!?

Feb 18 2020 · 2hr 2mins
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The Divine Code with New Co-Host Preston Johnson

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The Divine Code with New Co-Host Preston Johnson

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Jan 30 2020 · 48mins
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Preston Johnson on analytics for football betting

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Preston Johnson, a professional sports bettor and ESPN personality, joins me to talk college football and the NFL. He tells us about the two sets of numbers he uses in his football handicapping. This informs his positions on Michigan, Syracuse and SMU in college football and Denver and Green Bay in the NFL. Preston also talks about profitable versus unprofitable teasers in the NFL.

Sep 18 2019 · 43mins
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PTC x IoT ONE EP048 - Balance your three legged stool for maximum equipment efficiency - Preston Johnson, Platform Leader for IIoT and Digital Transformation Services, Allied Reliability

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*This episode of the Industrial IoT Spotlight podcast is sponsored by PTC

 In this episode of the IIoT Spotlight Podcast, we discuss predictive maintenance, how to use best practice behaviors to drive best practice results, and predictive maintenance technologies. We also discuss framework of balancing the three-legged stool (people, processes, and technology), and 2 case studies of successful predictive maintenance implementation projects using the ThingWorx Industrial IoT platform.

Takeaways:

  1. Predictive maintenance is a method for machine operators to get the maximum productivity out of any piece of equipment. It is especially important for asset intensive industries.
  2. Predictive maintenance is the basis of digital transformation in other areas of the enterprise - it is not valuable to optimize a process with chaotic variables.
  3. The main value driver in predictive maintenance is the cost of production per unit produced because it is an indicator of machine reliability, revenue, and operating costs, which all add up to the profitability of the production plant. Other KPIs to be considered when implementing a predictive maintenance plan are safety, environmental impact, and product quality.
  4. To determine if you are ready to adopt predictive maintenance, people and processes should be in place before the technology is implemented, to create a roadmap to build a balanced three-legged stool.
    1. People: the right people and skills in the right positions
    2. Processes: the mechanisms to identify maintenance tasks and the process to manage these tasks
    3. Technology: ability to gather equipment health data
  5. Technology driving the adoption of predictive maintenance are the ease of connectivity and data analytics software tools:
    1. Connectivity increases the ability of systems to pull data out of control systems while maintaining their security. The ability to add more sensors without adding significantly more cabling of infrastructure allows more parameters to be measured for a more holistic view.
    2. Software for data analytics organizes the data into events and patterns using natural language processing, which makes the system more user friendly for the connected worker.
  6. The decision to choose the software and hardware products depend on the understanding of business and operational processes:
    1. Choosing hardware: The failure mechanisms for each piece of equipment should be considered. The sensors should be able to measure the failure mechanisms and collect the data that can help the organization to plan scheduled maintenance when it is operationally convenient.
    2. Choosing software: The software must bring together business processes and maintenance processes to orchestrate maintenance activities effectively. At the minimum, it should bring together work order costs, maintenance schedules, condition monitoring data and identify flags that may cause problems in the future.
  7. The ROI for any predictive maintenance project can range from a few months to a few years, depending on how well the roadmap is built. The first step to any project should always be an analysis of the current state and picking the lowest hanging fruit to generate quick ROI. The ROI generated in the first stages should be reinvested into the process to multiply returns.

Preston Johnson is the Platform Leader for IIoT and Digital Transformation Services at Allied Reliability, with a technical focus on condition monitoring technology and systems. Allied Reliability is a subject matter expert that provides consulting for predictive maintenance. alliedreliability.com

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Apr 12 2019 · 53mins
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